State board revises Idaho requirement for online learning

02/17/2012 | KIVI-TV (Boise, Idaho)

State education officials in Idaho on Thursday voted to approve a revision to requirements that all of the state's students take two online courses before graduating from high school. Under the changes, a requirement that one course be an "asynchronous" course -- where students learn at their own pace under the guidance of a teacher -- was removed.

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